01-25-2013 12:02 PM
I was tracking a 16th note riff into Logic - it was a MIDI string part that was quantized to 16th notes and locked to the quantize grid. It was playing back perfectly until I drew in a cc11 volume swell. After drawing in the cc11 curve, the rhythm didn't play back correctly. I checked in the piano roll window to see if the notes were still lined up to the grid and they were. I deleted the cc11 curve and decided to draw in a volume swell with the hyper editor in the arrange window. Same problem. When I went into the piano roll and clicked on a note, the message below popped up:
The channel numbers in the even edit list were ch1 and ch2. The strangest part was that in the pattern I played, the high notes (played with my pinky and accented) were all ch2, and the low notes (played with my thumb and index finger) were all ch1. After assigning everything to ch1 the rhythm issue within that region remained. You have any idea what might've caused this?
01-31-2013 12:44 AM
Hmm.. I've personally never seen that before..
Might be worth checking in with the Logic Pro Help forums?
01-31-2013 03:15 PM - edited 01-31-2013 03:15 PM
Thanks Rimmer. I posted there along with here, vi-control forum and the Apple discussion boards. No one has replied to the question on any of those sites.
The weirdest part of this is that I've been using Logic since 2003 and this has never happened. I went to a friends studio who started experiencing this and the next day it happened to me. It's still happening. It's not exclusive to just that one file I loaded.
02-01-2013 10:25 AM
02-26-2013 11:49 AM
To be honest, I was a little confused too but I thought it may mean more to you..
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